Supreme Court Judges Elevated To Appellate Division

This week, it has been declared by Stuart Rabner, who is the Supreme Court Chief Justice of New Jersey, that the two South Jersey judges will be upheld far ahead this summer season.

Richard Hoffman and Michael Haas are the two Superior Court Judges that will be promoted to the Appellate Division.

The judicial career of Michael Haas began dating back in 2007. That was the time when he was selected by the past Governor Jon S. Corzine. His first task was the family court of the County of Burlington then after that in the year 2010, he moved to the criminal division.

In the past before he decided to serve the Burlington County, Michael Haas used to be a DAP (Deputy Attorney General) which is the second uppermost position of an official in the Department of Law and Public Safety within the place of New Jersey. He was also the assistant section chief in several divisions.

He was branded as the assistant attorney general for administrative agency advice dating back in 1994. He was also named as the assistant attorney general for appeals in the same year.

On the other hand, Richard Toffman offered his service in a family court in in Gloucester County after he was selected to the bench in the year 2004 by the former Governor James E. McGreevey. After that, he transferred to the County of Salem in the year 2006. Again after serving two years in the family court, he went back to Gluocester County in the year 2008 where he was designated to the civil division.

In the early part of this year, Richard Hoffman worked on a short-term basis in assisting with the Appellate Division.

Richard Toffman stated that his promotion is a great honor and he also pronounced that he will miss working with his terrific former working mates.

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